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P-51B Mustang Captain Duane W. Bee. The P-51B Mustang flown by -victory ace Major Duane "The Boise Bee" Beeson (the commanding officer of the 4th Fighter Group's 334th Fighter Squadron stationed at RAF Debden, England, in 1944)

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Wind tunnel testing had revealed lateral instability requiring the addition of 5° dihedral to the wings. [19] To avoid redesigning the titanium central section of the aircraft, McDonnell engineers angled up only the outer portions of the wings by 12°, which averaged to the required 5° over the entire wingspan. The wings also received the distinctive "dogtooth" for improved control at high angles of attack . The all-moving tailplane was given 23° of anhedral to improve control at high angles of attack while still keeping the tailplane clear of the engine exhaust. [18] In addition, air intakes were equipped with variable geometry ramps to regulate airflow to the engines at supersonic speeds. All-weather intercept capability was achieved thanks to the AN/APQ-50 radar. To accommodate carrier operations, the landing gear was designed to withstand landings with a sink rate of 23 ft/s (7 m/s), while the nose strut could extend by some 20 in (51 cm) to increase angle of attack at takeoff. [19]

Was with H 2/5 in 1968 - 1969 can't remember the exact month. I like to hear from anyone. I know Al Breser was from Florida but don't know what town. Like to hear from Terry Haggy, Carl Abernathy jr. I thank I have there names right.


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